Gamers Storm White House In A Risky Move

The boardgame Risk was the subject of controversy after several hardcore gamers attempted to attack the White House. A statement from the leader of the group before the incident said:

“All of us have played a lot of Risk. We’re really good at it now, and we’re pretty sure that the skills we’ve learned from this game will allow us to conquer the world, provided we can pick which countries we start out with.”

The gamers showed up at the gates of the White House with dice in hand and prepared their assault. One Secret Service agent commented on the attack.

“It was the most confusing thing I’ve ever seen. They were just running around throwing dice.”

The attempted assault lasted 5 minutes, and the gamers were arrested. They are currently awaiting trial, and have been denied further access to board games, with the exception of Sorry.

Author: Josh Gillam

I'm a 27 year old veteran with a bad back and anger problems. I enjoy writing comedy material and have written episodes for the internet cartoon, "Who Cares?" and wrote and directed the majority of the comedy sketches for Milkbox Children Productions. I have learned to channel my frustration with the media and my overly sarcastic point of views into satire writing. Which turns out is the perfect outlet for an outspoken individual that wants to make people smile while they think. I am currently working on a children's book and a book about urban legends in Indiana.

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